If you're super particular and typically have a specific vision for what you want in a piece of decor, I hear you. I rarely find things that I love 100% as-is. Thankfully, it also rarely takes as much creative talent as people assume to customize items to your vision, you just have to be brave enough to give it a shot. This DIY menu board, for example, took hardly any DIYing at all!
Who knew Boho and Farmhouse were such a good looking couple?
Things looked bleak for my poor, beloved copper tea kettle. Cleaning it wasn't hard to do, but I definitely had to put some elbow grease into the job.
In true list-maker fashion, I've already compiled a prioritized list of things we already know we need...
Now that my bridal party proposals are complete I can finally share my Bridesmaid Proposal Boxes, and I couldn't be more excited to show them off! My gals have put up with years and years of me and my antics, so I wanted to be sure to treat them to something nice, while at the same time not breaking the bank since you know...the whole wedding to plan/fund thing.
Just a few small notions can turn your entire kitchen a holiday haven! I know there are much more extravagant holiday setups out there, but that's not what I'm about these days. I'm about the littlest spend for the biggest impact.
A quick and easy how-to to get you re-using those gorgeous glass jars in no time.
Yet another great use for all of your empty three-wick candles jars, decorative candy storage!
Do you have a stash of old wine corks just lying around? Or maybe they're serving a decorative purpose in a fun-shaped, metal-framed encasement, but it's getting full? Guilty, on both accounts.
The most outrageous wedding flowers story that I've ever heard was from someone whose friend told them to budget $3,000 just for the flowers in her wedding. - No, thanks.